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Connect an AUX cable

I dont know how to connect an AUX cable to the reciver, i want to youse my mac to play music, but how? it dosent say anything about it in the operating instructions or on the back of the reciver.

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Use the speaker output and plug it into the mic socket. Not ideal but the alternative is to buy a cheap adaptor for the end of the aux cable so that you can plug your speaker output into the aux input.

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